CCSS reading. ASCD Express 11.19 - #RealTeenReaders. 2 3 Rdg Participant Handouts and Trainers' Resources 5 17 16. Reading Royalty: Analyzing Running Records - MSV Made Easy with a Freebie! Since mid-year benchmark testing is here, I thought it would be helpful to talk about getting the most information out of those running records as possible.
Analyzing errors and self-corrections in running records can give you SO much information. This information can help you to determine what your students are using to decode words and what they need to work on. Take a running record of a student reading a passage or short text aloud. Be sure to record what their errors are above the word they read incorrectly or self-corrected. Need running records? Let’s take a look at an example: Take a look at each error and self-correction individually to determine whether or not the student was using meaning, structure, or visual information while reading. M – Meaning: Does this error make sense?
Docs - create and edit documents online, for free. Out of This World Literacy : 9 Essential Questions When Planning For Guided Reading. I've been asked so many times how to plan for guided reading.
Teachers ask me: 1. How do I plan for all those groups? 2. Reading Workshop Strategies. Reading Workshop is a powerful way to structure your reading class.
Using this model involves encouraging your students to choose their own books as well as providing significant amounts of time for them to read independently. By allowing your students to choose their own books, you can foster a love of reading that will last a lifetime. Research shows that when children spend more time reading, they become better readers. With a little guidance and encouragement from a teacher who loves to read, students can learn to select appropriate books and discover joy in reading.
To find out more about this approach, select one of the topics below or scroll through the items on this page. ~ Laura Candler. Readability-Score.com - Free Online Readability Calculator - Flesch Kincaid, Gunning Fog and more ... Curriculet. Comprehensive Reading Solutions. "Just right" books revisited: 3 ways we undermine student learning. Booklamp.org. Resources for educators of kids in grades 4-12.
Comic Strips: Charles Schulz and His Process of Drawing. Context Clues Lesson with Primary Resources. Contextclues. Document: Implementing the Common Core State Standards: A Primer on "Close Reading of Text" - Aspen DRL. Five Poetry Teaching Tips for New Teachers. "As a child I walked with noisy fingers along the hemline for so many meadows back home.
" - Jewel I love to read poetry for many reasons, but some that strike me as being the most important are: Reading poetry relaxes me.Reading poetry makes me laugh! Reading poetry allows me to see into a deeper, more emotional part of myself. Do you feel the same way? Maybe not -- and no surprise there! We don't want to teach it.We're simply unsure of how to teach it.We didn't have a good experience with it ourselves. As April is National Poetry Month, a few weeks ago on New Teacher Chat, I choose the topic of sharing poetry teaching strategies for the simple reason that I wanted new (pre-service) teachers and their students to feel comfortable with experiencing poetry. 1.
An "I Am" poem is a good way to introduce poetry to children, because it allows them to focus on their own characteristics. 2. Explain the process for shape poems, which entails starting with a shape and building a poem from there. 3. Ideas to Strengthen Your Readers Workshop. Image from icanread October is connected educator month and while I find it amusing that we get a specific month to point out what we do all year, I thought rather than herald the importance of being a connected educator, I would rather just share why I am a connected educator and how it helps me in my readers workshop.
Those who follow me know that reading is a BIG deal in my classroom, something to be discussed passionately and reflected upon, something to be protected. National Geographic and the Common Core. Nonfiction Literacy and Current Events. No Teachers Allowed: Student-Led Book Clubs Using QAR.
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Question Answer Relationship~ QAR. Reading Worksheets, Grammar, Comprehension, Lesson Plans. Student Center Activities. During 2004-2007, a team of teachers at FCRR collected ideas and created Student Center Activities for use in kindergarten through fifth grade classrooms.
Accompanying these Student Center Activities is a Teacher Resource Guide and Professional Development DVD that offers important insights on differentiated instruction and how to use the student center materials. Teaching Library. Teaching Strategies: Independent Reading Strategy For Students. Classroom Strategies. Classroom Strategies Background.
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